IMO, the “native” coin usually has the same name as the blockchain that creates it.
There are 1265 crypto coins on the market, and more coming in the future. Having the exact same name for the (coin) and (blockchain) tells people where it came from, and more importantly, where it can be spent.
I cannot stress this enough. Please, please, please use the same name for the native coin and the blockchain. It will prevent a lot of confusion.
If we name the blockchain “Safe Exchange” then also name the native currency “Safe Exchange Coin.” Intuitively, the ticker symbol would be SEC.
Side Note: There was an issue with ticker SEC. Some people confuse it with Securities Exchange Commission, which may carry a negative perception. But acronyms always overlap each other. In crypto space people will know exactly what SEC means. Plus, SEC it is still available on coinmarketcap.
Rename the current “Safex Exchange Coin” to “Safe Exchange Token” and keep the same ticker symbol (SAFEX) to avoid confusing current holders and traders.
Blockchain Name: Safe Exchange
Blockchain Coin: Safe Exchange Coin (SEC)
Blockchain Share: Safe Exchange Share (SAFEX)
This suggestion is not perfect, but it is simple and effective going forward without damaging the way things are currently. The ticker symbol for Safe Exchange Coin is negotiable as long as the name itself remains the same as the blockchain.
Changed suggestion from “Safe Exchange Tokens” to “Safe Exchange Shares”.
Shorten Version: Safex, Safex Coins, and Safex Shares.